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Latest Episodes

Hagerty's Brian Rabold Is Obsessed With Classic Car Values

Classic car values, quick-lube franchises are selling your data, and a review of the BMW 530e

30 MIN2017 OCT 27
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Hagerty's Brian Rabold Is Obsessed With Classic Car Values

Ringbrothers Build the Cars that Make SEMA Great

Jim and Mike Ring have been building some of the greatest cars of the SEMA show for years. They're about to show their latest creations at this year's rendition of the massive aftermarket industry circus, and the renderings they've shown us are awesome. Jim and Mike talk to host Craig Fitzgerald about their history, the pressure of completing cars for this event, and the amazing cars they've built in the past. PLUS: Ten things to think about on your next test drive, and why isn't everybody driving a Subaru BRZ?

37 MIN2017 OCT 18
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Ringbrothers Build the Cars that Make SEMA Great

Chris Walters from Leno's Garage Wants You to Change How You Detail Your Car

We'll admit to something: We assumed that all the major auto detailing suppliers were just buying the same soap out of a giant vat and slapping their label on it. When we talked to Chris Walters from Leno's Garage, though, we got a whole history of how the former Tonight Show host worked with chemical companies to develop car care products that satisfied the demands of a guy whose car collection is know around the world. They sent us some to try and it's fantastic. Editor Craig Fitzgerald talks with Chris Walters about the new line of products, and what makes them different. PLUS: Why BMW wants to replace your car key with a smartphone, and a review of they Hyundai Ioniq.

31 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Chris Walters from Leno's Garage Wants You to Change How You Detail Your Car

Doug Herbert Turned Tragedy Into a Driver Training Program for Teens

After losing both of his sons, 17-year old Jon and 12-year old James, in a car crash, four-time Top Fuel World Champion Doug Herbert devoted his life to teaching teens with newly minted driver's license the skills that could help save their lives on the road. Since 2009, his B.R.A.K.E.S. program has trained over 30,000 teens and their parents, teaching them skills like skid recovery, emergency lane changes and how to react when a wheel drops off the shoulder of the road. The program -- which is free of charge -- has won the endorsement of Kia, which not only provides the vehicles, but helps promote it through its dealer network. Listen to the podcast to learn more about the program and find out how to enroll the teens in your home. PLUS: How a dropping a freshman off to college can impact your car insurance, and a review of the 2017 Toyota C-HR.

28 MIN2017 SEP 15
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Doug Herbert Turned Tragedy Into a Driver Training Program for Teens

"MotorMouth" at the Larz Anderson Museum is "The Moth" for Car Fans

George Kennedy has hosted the speaking series "MotorMouth" at the Larz Anderson Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts for several years now, and it's brought out a ton of great speakers who tell stories about cars, car culture and racing without notes. The next event takes place on the evening of Sept. 21, and focuses on grassroots racing. PLUS: Avoid buying flood cars, and a preview of the 2018 Toyota Camry.

44 MIN2017 SEP 6
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"MotorMouth" at the Larz Anderson Museum is "The Moth" for Car Fans

Nicole Wakelin and Chad Kirchner Are Excitedly Awaiting the Next Jeep Wrangler

oday on the podcast, we talk to Nicole Wakelin and Chad Kirchner about the most improved vehicles for 2017 and 2018, and what they're excited to see during the 2017 and 2018 auto show season that kicks off in November. Nicole writes for BestRide.com, and you can find all of Chad's activity on his website. PLUS, we'll talk about our story on DriveShare, and we'll review the 2017 Ford Mustang GT Convertible.

52 MIN2017 AUG 26
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Nicole Wakelin and Chad Kirchner Are Excitedly Awaiting the Next Jeep Wrangler

Robert Bollinger Built the Electric Off-Roader of His Dreams

Robert Bollinger is the CEO of Bollinger Motors, builider of the Bollinger B1, as simple, yet innovative off-road SUV as we've seen in generations. He's built a working prototype and he's in discussions with manufacturers now to try to build one for sale. PLUS: How to know when it's time to quit spending money and buy a new car, and a review of the absurdly fun Acura NSX.

28 MIN2017 AUG 3
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Robert Bollinger Built the Electric Off-Roader of His Dreams

Brian Lohnes Thinks Up Bad Ideas and Motor Trend On Demand Puts Them on TV

Brian Lohnes is the host of the new Motor Trend On Demand show Put Up or Shut Up, and he's giving one of two racers $10,000 to put the other guy to shame. He's our guest this week on the BestRide Podcast. PLUS: Six thing to do before you leave the dealer's lot with your new car, and a review of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 4Matic Cabriolet.

29 MIN2017 JUL 28
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Brian Lohnes Thinks Up Bad Ideas and Motor Trend On Demand Puts Them on TV

How Rob Siegel Resurrected a Dead BMW 2002 and Road-Tripped it 1000 Miles Home

Rob Siegel is The Hack Mechanic, a 25-year veteran columnist with the BMW Car Club of America'sRoundelmagazine. His latest book,Ran When Parked documents his trip to Louisville to resurrect a decade-dead BMW 2002tii and drive it all the way back to Boston. Also: Why your trip computer's fuel mileage is off by 10%, and a review of the 2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid

56 MIN2017 JUL 7
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How Rob Siegel Resurrected a Dead BMW 2002 and Road-Tripped it 1000 Miles Home

Charles Gould Runs the Most Kid-Friendly Car Event in America

Charles Gould was a British Car enthusiast who tired of the concours scene. After the enthusiastic response to his first Isetta microcar, Charles and his wife Nancy started obsessively collecting micro and minicars, and launched Gould's Micro and Minicar Classic, a show that's been running for 22 years at his home and the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts. http://www.bubbledrome.com/ PLUS: Keep your newly minted drivers safe this summer, and a review of the 2017 RAM Rebel 1500 Quad Cab.

41 MIN2017 JUN 22
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Charles Gould Runs the Most Kid-Friendly Car Event in America

Latest Episodes

Hagerty's Brian Rabold Is Obsessed With Classic Car Values

Classic car values, quick-lube franchises are selling your data, and a review of the BMW 530e

30 MIN2017 OCT 27
Comments
Hagerty's Brian Rabold Is Obsessed With Classic Car Values

Ringbrothers Build the Cars that Make SEMA Great

Jim and Mike Ring have been building some of the greatest cars of the SEMA show for years. They're about to show their latest creations at this year's rendition of the massive aftermarket industry circus, and the renderings they've shown us are awesome. Jim and Mike talk to host Craig Fitzgerald about their history, the pressure of completing cars for this event, and the amazing cars they've built in the past. PLUS: Ten things to think about on your next test drive, and why isn't everybody driving a Subaru BRZ?

37 MIN2017 OCT 18
Comments
Ringbrothers Build the Cars that Make SEMA Great

Chris Walters from Leno's Garage Wants You to Change How You Detail Your Car

We'll admit to something: We assumed that all the major auto detailing suppliers were just buying the same soap out of a giant vat and slapping their label on it. When we talked to Chris Walters from Leno's Garage, though, we got a whole history of how the former Tonight Show host worked with chemical companies to develop car care products that satisfied the demands of a guy whose car collection is know around the world. They sent us some to try and it's fantastic. Editor Craig Fitzgerald talks with Chris Walters about the new line of products, and what makes them different. PLUS: Why BMW wants to replace your car key with a smartphone, and a review of they Hyundai Ioniq.

31 MIN2017 OCT 4
Comments
Chris Walters from Leno's Garage Wants You to Change How You Detail Your Car

Doug Herbert Turned Tragedy Into a Driver Training Program for Teens

After losing both of his sons, 17-year old Jon and 12-year old James, in a car crash, four-time Top Fuel World Champion Doug Herbert devoted his life to teaching teens with newly minted driver's license the skills that could help save their lives on the road. Since 2009, his B.R.A.K.E.S. program has trained over 30,000 teens and their parents, teaching them skills like skid recovery, emergency lane changes and how to react when a wheel drops off the shoulder of the road. The program -- which is free of charge -- has won the endorsement of Kia, which not only provides the vehicles, but helps promote it through its dealer network. Listen to the podcast to learn more about the program and find out how to enroll the teens in your home. PLUS: How a dropping a freshman off to college can impact your car insurance, and a review of the 2017 Toyota C-HR.

28 MIN2017 SEP 15
Comments
Doug Herbert Turned Tragedy Into a Driver Training Program for Teens

"MotorMouth" at the Larz Anderson Museum is "The Moth" for Car Fans

George Kennedy has hosted the speaking series "MotorMouth" at the Larz Anderson Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts for several years now, and it's brought out a ton of great speakers who tell stories about cars, car culture and racing without notes. The next event takes place on the evening of Sept. 21, and focuses on grassroots racing. PLUS: Avoid buying flood cars, and a preview of the 2018 Toyota Camry.

44 MIN2017 SEP 6
Comments
"MotorMouth" at the Larz Anderson Museum is "The Moth" for Car Fans

Nicole Wakelin and Chad Kirchner Are Excitedly Awaiting the Next Jeep Wrangler

oday on the podcast, we talk to Nicole Wakelin and Chad Kirchner about the most improved vehicles for 2017 and 2018, and what they're excited to see during the 2017 and 2018 auto show season that kicks off in November. Nicole writes for BestRide.com, and you can find all of Chad's activity on his website. PLUS, we'll talk about our story on DriveShare, and we'll review the 2017 Ford Mustang GT Convertible.

52 MIN2017 AUG 26
Comments
Nicole Wakelin and Chad Kirchner Are Excitedly Awaiting the Next Jeep Wrangler

Robert Bollinger Built the Electric Off-Roader of His Dreams

Robert Bollinger is the CEO of Bollinger Motors, builider of the Bollinger B1, as simple, yet innovative off-road SUV as we've seen in generations. He's built a working prototype and he's in discussions with manufacturers now to try to build one for sale. PLUS: How to know when it's time to quit spending money and buy a new car, and a review of the absurdly fun Acura NSX.

28 MIN2017 AUG 3
Comments
Robert Bollinger Built the Electric Off-Roader of His Dreams

Brian Lohnes Thinks Up Bad Ideas and Motor Trend On Demand Puts Them on TV

Brian Lohnes is the host of the new Motor Trend On Demand show Put Up or Shut Up, and he's giving one of two racers $10,000 to put the other guy to shame. He's our guest this week on the BestRide Podcast. PLUS: Six thing to do before you leave the dealer's lot with your new car, and a review of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 4Matic Cabriolet.

29 MIN2017 JUL 28
Comments
Brian Lohnes Thinks Up Bad Ideas and Motor Trend On Demand Puts Them on TV

How Rob Siegel Resurrected a Dead BMW 2002 and Road-Tripped it 1000 Miles Home

Rob Siegel is The Hack Mechanic, a 25-year veteran columnist with the BMW Car Club of America'sRoundelmagazine. His latest book,Ran When Parked documents his trip to Louisville to resurrect a decade-dead BMW 2002tii and drive it all the way back to Boston. Also: Why your trip computer's fuel mileage is off by 10%, and a review of the 2017 Acura MDX Sport Hybrid

56 MIN2017 JUL 7
Comments
How Rob Siegel Resurrected a Dead BMW 2002 and Road-Tripped it 1000 Miles Home

Charles Gould Runs the Most Kid-Friendly Car Event in America

Charles Gould was a British Car enthusiast who tired of the concours scene. After the enthusiastic response to his first Isetta microcar, Charles and his wife Nancy started obsessively collecting micro and minicars, and launched Gould's Micro and Minicar Classic, a show that's been running for 22 years at his home and the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts. http://www.bubbledrome.com/ PLUS: Keep your newly minted drivers safe this summer, and a review of the 2017 RAM Rebel 1500 Quad Cab.

41 MIN2017 JUN 22
Comments
Charles Gould Runs the Most Kid-Friendly Car Event in America